Posted on Friday June 29th, 2012 by Tom Chiverton
Last time I spoke about the new features of the company dashboard, like a list of your recent campaigns and the important data about them. But one thing we hear people asking a lot for was 'How well am I doing ? Am I getting more click throughs ?' The first feature we'll look at today shows how you can now answer these sort of questions, and then we'll also look at how the new Reports makes downloading the data entered into forms easier.
Posted on Friday June 8th, 2012 by Tom Chiverton
In the first of a series of posts about features of our latest Reports release, I wanted to start out by talking about the login screen and the main company overview screen. I'll be posting further articles shortly covering some areas in more detail.
I know a login screen sounds a bit boring, but we've actually made a number of improvements to make your life easier, while still keeping the familar flow from the previous release. And that's just the start...
Posted on Monday March 12th, 2012 by Tom Chiverton
As you may know, we're in the process of launching our new reporting tool and at the moment it's in beta for our existing customers.
But what does 'in beta' mean exactly ? Find out by reading on...
Posted on Friday February 24th, 2012 by Simon Hill
This post was originally posted on the DMA Email Marketing Blog
At the email evolution conference in Miami last year, Yahoo and Hotmail announced that they were looking at allowing dynamic content within an email. ISP’s are concerned about users leaving their site when they follow links in an email. The idea is that when a user clicks on a link they don’t leave the ISP’s site but the content of the link is displayed in the email. This was an encouraging sign that ISP’s would start allowing us to do more with our emails.
Posted on Tuesday February 21st, 2012 by Tom Chiverton
You wouldn't think the question about what makes a new version new would be very complicated or lead to lengthy debates, but that's just what is happening at the moment, and it has implications for everyone. Read on to see what a version means to companies like Google, and also us here at Extravision.
Extravision is a privately owned UK-based email service provider founded in 2004, with a great ISP reputation ensuring high deliverability rates. We offer flexible email marketing solutions to both small and large businesses across all sectors.